10/23/18 Broadcasts

  • 9:00am – 10:00am Midori – guest session

    Midori is a french producer, DJ, radio host and brain behind the record label Menace, Dublab welcomed him last year after he released his first installment “Green” on Jazzy Sportsand Cascade Records.
    Currently on tour in California he will be playing in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Sacramento before heading back to Asia next month.

  • 10:00am – 12:00pm Frosty – Celsius Drop


    Each week dublab co-founder Frosty guides you through an exploration of the vast Future Roots music spectrum on Celsius Drop. Tune-in to reach those outer realms.

  • 10:00am – 12:00pm Frosty w/ Philip Proctor (The Firesign Theatre) – Celsius Drop


    Here it is, highly honed and happening for YOU. On his weekly Celsius Drop show, dublab co-founder Frosty guides you through an exploration of the vast Future Roots music spectrum. Tune-in to grasp your destiny.

    This week Frosty is thrilled to welcome Philip Proctor onto the airwaves. Proctor is an actor, radio prankster and co-founder of brain-melters The Firesign Theatre. Tune-in to hear surreal sounds and stories from this thoroughly spaced-out genius. If you’d like to further prep your mind in advance of its twisting please check out Proctor’s memoir Where’s My Fortune Cookie?


  • 12:00pm – 2:00pm Jimmy Tamborello – Dying Songs


    “Dying Songs” focuses on melancholic electronic music but isn’t limited to that. Sometimes it gets dark, sometimes I try to mix techno awkwardly, sometimes i get nostalgic… I like stuff that’s dreamy, ghostly, pretty and sad. I’ll try out new productions of my own, as well. I’m keeping it pretty open and we’ll see how it evolves.” – Jimmy Tamborello

  • 2:00pm – 4:00pm Cohenbeats – guest session

    Photo credit: Michael Moshonov

    Join us for a special two hour Cohenbeats takeover.

  • 4:00pm – 6:00pm Michael Robinson – guest Set

    Viridian Seas album cover art
    Azure Miles Records was formed to present the changing seasons of my music. The name of my company is after Yeats, “Maybe in some isle of isles, In the South Seas azure miles…” and I now have a catalog of 113 albums. The cover art for each album uses hand silkscreen and hand woodblock printed papers from Japan, India, Nepal and Thailand. I choose the silkscreen design to reflect and enhance the music.

    In my compositions and performances, I try to present a musical language in a form and feeling inspired by American, South Asian and European traditions. I program my meruvina, a combination of software and hardware that I use as my instrument, and I play fully notated scores in real time, voicing each work with tone colors and tunings of acoustic instruments from myriad world cultures. Intent and hope is for my music to sound alive and spontaneous with an improvisational spirit suffused into composition.

    My music is based on ragas, which lend themselves to new manifestations in both content and sound, synergizing with chosen elements of jazz, Western classical, rock and pop. I compose for close, even meditational, listening on both intellectual and spiritual planes, including elements of adbhuta rasa (wonderment, exhilaration) and shanta rasa (tranquility).

  • 6:00pm – 8:00pm Austin Boogie Crew – ABC123

    ABC123 is a guest show on dublab hosted by Spence, a DJ, musician, and founder of the record label Austin Boogie Crew. For this one-off, he will be selecting a variety of boogie, soul, modern funk, and other cuts on all vinyl for your listening pleasure.

  • 8:00pm – 10:00pm Induce – Dancing, Thinking Loving, Listening


    It all started with these words from Induce, “Bout to get on and play some weird stuff @dublab till about 4. Tune in!” Then the lightning split the sky and all the sounds from the dublab studio on this oblate spheroid called Planet Earth were pulled into the cosmos in a single beam of high lumen energy. From this newly elevated point they hit the universal prism of memory reflection and were split throughout the wide universe. We’re happy you got your radio attuned to Induce’s transmission. Whether you’re hearing this 2 billion years from now or simply right now we know you’ll enjoy the “weird stuff” being offered.